Venue Details

48 Star Starred
Chopin Theatre Studio
1543 W. Division Ave. Chicago, IL 60622
773-278-1500
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Member Tips

Goldstar Member
Casual
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Goldstar Member
Aranciata! Get there early to have a drink in the downstairs bar
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Rita Bardell
Close to Division stop on Blue Line.
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Rita Bardell
Very casual.
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Rita Bardell
Has a bar, but cash only.
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Goldstar Member
Also, free parking on Division East of Ashland.
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Reviews & Ratings

46 ratings
3.9 average rating
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79 events
33 reviews
2 stars
attended Aug 26 2012

Let me start by saying I am not a fan of Halloween nor Mardi Gras.
The play began in high camp. Great fun. Gestures, voice inflection, staging exaggerated. Lighting... continued

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15 events
6 reviews
1 stars
attended Aug 25 2012

We loved the venue (Chopin Theater) and the production values were inventive. The play itself bored us however. The show was only an hour, and still we were looking at... continued

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48 events
41 reviews
49 stars
attended Aug 25 2012

loved the show great take on poe's story, nice intimate theater, spooky and well acted

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